Hello, I can assist you with this. I will just need to know if hired what you as a call center manager plan on accomplishing in the first 30, 60, and 90 days. I will then set up the formatting and suggest some additional ideas.
30, 60, 90 DAY CALL CENTER PLAN
Discuss the purpose of the plan and what is intended to be accomplished
DAYS 1 - 30
Send an introduction email to staff
*Plan and execute goals and objectives and conduct introductory meeting with identified
Customer account representative and customer call center staff.
*Learn names and something personal about each staff person to begin to build positive relationships and teams.
*Learn and understand challenges in meeting goals and objectives or issues facing call center customers and employees
Days 31- 60
*Meet with district manager to review and assess first 30 days in the call center.
*Concentrate on becoming actively involved with all accounts for product promotion/sales.
*Visit all call center reps to educate and develop rapport to ensure a good support
*Maintain high level of contact with other call center team representatives to form positive strategies as a team.
*Fine tune call center processes and continue with call center training sessions.
Day 61- 90
*Communicate as a team where the strengths and weaknesses are in call center systems or processes
*exceed projected goals.
*Meet with district manager as a team and develop a "game plan" for the next two quarters
setting higher goals than the previous year.
*Work with call center teams to perfect skills to work more efficiently.
*Continue to provide training and information to ensure support of customers in every way possible.
*Set monthly staff rapport meetings to assess goals and recognize successes
MARKET/ANALYSIS FOCUS (if applicable)
Determine internal and external needs based on analysis
TRAINED STAFF IF NEEDED CONSIDER:
Self-study programs that they can do on their own . Customized training to meet needs of staff and industry/organization
Asynchronous training programs that can be completed independently and do not require everyone to be together in a group to complete
Ensure validation or verification of training completion with a certification plan or testing evaluation.
Are all staff trained and familiar with all communications methods such as email, fax, and the web, to communicate with the customer.
Determine Call Center Issues/Evaluate Call Center Effectiveness
Determine the best ways of evaluating call center effectiveness through
For outbound, are they hitting their numbers?
Increase in productivity
How independent is staff? Once trained, how often do they come back to supervisor for help? If it happens continually, there would seem to be a learning or training problem.
Track Customer Satisfaction & Responses
Periodically review e-mail logs and responses issued by staff.
Are all the incoming inquiries being responded to? Is there a backlog
What is average response time
Are staff responding professionally, efficiently and effectively
Change management communications to prepare all personnel for the upcoming change. Ensuring employee "buy-in" is a key factor
Needs analysis to determine which business processes are changing and how it will affect people's jobs
Documentation of those business processes to standardize and give everyone a common vision
Training on the new business processes.
Determine support of the change.
Helping employee to determine their personal goals and objectives in alignment with call center goals and objective , then help them to meet those goals through training and positive feedback.
Determine if there is a high turnover rate - Is turnover rate more than 60%?
Focus on employee satisfaction through communication, feedback, training, and praise to decrease overall turnover rate. If necessary implement self-paced training with modular programs that can be completed during downtime or slow periods. This will help keep employees on the job during high activity times while also recapturing the value of low productivity downtime. Employees can maximize their productivity while they are learning.